Museum restaurants in Paris


In Paris we see more often museums with a hip and trendy restaurant or café, which are opened outside the regular opening hours. The Costes brothers started this trend in 1994 by opening Café Marly in the Grand Louvre. In 2000, café-restaurant George opened its doors in Centre Pompidou, and soon, Café de l’Homme will re-open its doors, with a great view on the Eiffel tower. The hotspot of Paris seems to be Tokyo Eat at the Palais de Tokyo. In Amsterdam we also see more restaurants in museums. Amsterdam Village Company is developing and operating several restaurant concepts in museums, with a social and cultural identity.

Bron: Zestz

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